The fight for women's rights began on March 8, 1857, with a demonstration in New York when women employed in the textile industry rebelled over poor working conditions, low salaries and 10-12 working hours. Unfortunately, the struggle for economic, political and social equality between women and men continues today.
This February 14, the Center for girls again empowered girls and women by performing Vagina's monologues in the environment that is considered patriarchal and these topics are taboo topics.
For the seventh year in a row, the Center for Girls celebrates Women's Health Week. This year you will be able to attend the Education for Girls and Women titled "Protect Yourself from Violence – Practical Education" that will be held on May 17 from 17.30-21.00 in the hall of SKC.
What are the problems of women who are over 45 years old? What do they face when finding a job? How did all of them with very different histories end up in a factory interview?
We thank all who took some time and came to celebrate 21 years of work and operation of the Center for Girls, and those people who donated money even though they could not join us that evening.